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What a long, hard, and eventually gratifying weekend. I’d have to say, one of the best races we’ve collectively put on to date – I dare say in the history of Lafayette. A race of this magnitude takes at least 6 months of preparation – from DOT permission, insurance coverage for riders and property, financing, dependable equipment to run the event, course safety, parking constraints, hydration supplies, food supplies, shade, fans, referee accommodations, race advertisement, online registration, support trucks, moto escorts, road guards, medical preparedness, police placement, portalets, cash payouts – I could go on forever. Everyone involved from financing to volunteering knows who they are and can also congratulate themselves for being a part of such a successful event. I could not have done it without you. Each year the event becomes more popular and more gratifying – the more I would like to see the race grow. I love competitive cycling and I am glad to see the city and businesses embrace this type of event. My bigger mission is to get more of the public involved in cycling – nut that’s another post altogether. Congratulations to Adam, Jed, Tony, and Nick on the top 3 GC placements. Once again – thanks everyone, I hope to see you on the road!

For results, please click here


Are you ready for the Hottest race in LAMBRA?

Event Flyer: Click here

Race Bible: Click here

Register Online: Click here

Come down to Lafayette , LA the 4th of July weekend and experience competitive Road Bicycle Racing at its finest. We have a totally different venue for 2010 to include the following:

Precision Bikes Prologue – Saturday morning 8 – 10 AM (Camellia Blvd.) 6 miles

Excel Fire Protection Systems Criterium – Saturday Afternoon / Evening 3 – 9PM (Downtown Jefferson St.)

Precision Bikes Road Race – Sunday Morning 8 – 11 AM (Coteau Holmes)

We have really out done ourselves this year to provide you with a first class event; please support us with your attendance so we may continue to have the race for years to come. $7,000.00 worth of cash and prizes.

Things to do during the Criterium hours: Click here

*Kids, bring your swim suits and play in the water fountain / park across from the parking tower*

Children’s Museum: Click here (closes at 6pm Saturday)

Also see the Acadiana Center for the Arts or the Lafayette Science Museum;

All within walking distance!

Pictured (from l to r): Eric Bernard, Eryn Schilling, Lance Armstrong and Mark Miller.
Occasion: Contract negotiations for the upcoming Michelob Ultra Light Vuelta de Acadiana.
Mark Miller,
always inspiring, encouraging and coaching

Please keep Mark, Michelle, Emma Rose and Molly in your prayers ;)


Women’s: Eryn Schilling 3rd overall

Cat5: Tony Morrow 3rd overall

Cat123: Brian Rizk 5th overall

Jeb Falgout 6th overall

For complete results please click here

Thanks to Glenn “Rocket” Richard

for a perfect organization of the 2nd Vuelta de Acadiana!